Kombuch, huh?
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When I tried my first bottle of Kombucha from SC Wholefoods in Torquay my taste-buds were quite confused. I had heard it spoken about a lot online but had absolutely no idea what to expect. Now, having enjoyed many many … Read More

Homemade Breakfast Topper
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Method: This recipe is a really simple combination of delicious nuts, seeds & berries to make your smoothies, yogurt or oats a little bit more interesting and nourishing. Place the ingredients in a jar/container and give it a good shake … Read More

Berry Tropical Swirl Smoothie Bowl
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Method: Place frozen banana, mango & fresh orange juice in the blender and whizz until thick and delicious. Remove the tropical mix from the blender and put it in a bowl. Pop raspberries, acai powder & water into the blender … Read More

Pumpkin, Pea & Lentil Soup
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Method: Dice onion and pan fry with coconut oil, ginger & garlic until the onion has started to brown, then turn off the heat. Cut pumpkin up into managable chunks and place in a big pot with boiled water, onion, … Read More

Heavenly Choc Banana Ice-cream
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Method: Place all ingredients in your blender and give it a good whiz. I use a Vitamix and therefore when it starts to get difficult to blend I use the tamper to press the frozen banana down into the blades … Read More

Curried Cauliflower & Coconut Soup
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Method: Place cauliflower, water, melted coconut oil, spices and salt in a pot on the stove on medium heat. Simmer until water is bubbling and the cauliflower has started to soften and take on a yellow-ish appearance. Place in a … Read More

Cacao Pops
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Method: Preheat the oven to 170 degrees. In a big bowl mix puffed rice, sunflower seeds, pepitas and flaxseeds. Melt coconut oil and mix it with cacao, cinnamon, rice malt syrup syrup and vanilla essence until smooth, then add it … Read More

Melon Berry Crush
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Method: Place all ingredients in the blender and whiz until smooth. If you would like it a bit thicker add some ice cubes until desired consistency is achieved. ENJOY!  

Indian Spiced Cauliflower
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Method: Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees.  Chop cauliflower into little florets and place in a bowl with drained and washed chickpeas and sunflower seeds. Melt 2 tbsp of coconut oil and add it into the bowl along with turmeric and … Read More

Japanese Style Miso & Chili Tempeh
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Method: Chop beans & tempeh into 2cm long segments. Place the edamame beans (shelled or unshelled) into a pot of boiling water for 5 mins before removing from the heat and draining away the water. If they are still in … Read More

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